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Fahed Al-Sumait

brill.nl/mjcc MEJCC Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication 4 (2011) 125–145 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI 10.1163/187398611X571319 Public Opinion Discourses on Democratization in the Arab Middle East Fahed Al-Sumait * University of Washington, USA Email: alsumait

Fiona Bateman

Social Sciences and Missions 21 (2008) 73–96 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI 10.1163/187489408X308046 www.brill.nl/ssm Social Sciences and Missions Sciences sociales et missions Defi ning the Heathen in Ireland and Africa: Two Similar Discourses a Century Apart Fiona Bateman National

Atef Alshaer

Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication 1 (2008) 101–121 www.brill.nl/mjcc MEJCC Towards a Th eory of Culture of Communication: Th e Fixed and the Dynamic in Hamas’ Communicated Discourse Atef Alshaer School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London Email: atef28@yahoo

Xiaolin Guo

Inner Asia 10 (2008): 131–52 © 2008 Global Oriental Ltd Chinese Socialism and Local Nationalism in the Discourse of Development XIAOLIN GUO Institute for Security and Development Policy, Stockholm xguo@isdp.eu ABSTRACT This paper deals with ‘development’ – a state discourse formulated initially

Gudrun Dahl

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/156853109X436784 Asian Journal of Social Science 37 (2009) 391–407 brill.nl/ajss Sociology and Beyond: Agency, Victimisation and the Ethics of Writing Gudrun Dahl Stockholm University Abstract During the last decades, development discourse has

Frank Neubert

. Keywords Buddhism, discourse, Goenka, ritual, Vipassanā 1) Die Forschungsarbeit für diesen Aufsatz ist im von der Deutschen Forschungsge- meinschaft geförderten SFB 619 Ritualdynamik an der Universität Heidelberg ent- standen. Herzlicher Dank für Anregungen und Kritik geht an Melanie Zurlinden, Heiko Frese

Shirin Haider

theoretical perspectives from Western feminist research on the genre of wom- en’s magazines, I adapt Lazar’s model of feminist critical discourse analysis (2005; hence- forth referred to as FCDA) to write a critique on the genre of popular Pakistani women’s magazines as linguistic and semiotic constructs

Lynda Birke

, University of Chester, Parkgate Road, Chester, UK CH1 4BJ E-mail: l.birke@chester.ac.uk Sent 2 July 2007, Accepted 16 October 2007 Abstract Th is paper explores how horses are represented in the discourses of “natural horsemanship” (NH), an approach to training and handling horses that advocates see as

Michael Schoenhals

strategic management of political discourse exercised by cadres in the party propaganda apparatus helped forestall a development along Soviet lines ending with the sudden collapse of the socialist state. The findings indicate that the post- reform future – which in parts of the country has, in fact, already

Sonja Brentjes

seventeenth century, maps of Iran pro- duced in various European cities and prints and engravings made by artists. I show that partly contradictory discourses governed these textual and visual representations of Iran and that particularities of each kind shaped the practices and norms of the creation of its